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    August 29, 2009
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our promise also for christ. he will change our lowly body to conform with his glorified body by the power that enables him also to bring all things to himself. >> thanks be to god. may i. for just a moment, be the voice of so many call around the world, to pay a final tribute to senator ted kennedy. and to offer our heartfelt condolences to his wife, vicki, to his sister jean, to his children and grandchildren, and to all the kennedy family has also to the extended family that must probably include most of america. may i also add a word that weee who are privileged to watch the
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very beautiful federal mass this morning, had to be touched by the beautiful part in the liturgy played by the younger generation of kennedys. the warm and very personal tribute in the eulogies of teddy's sons and even that of the president of the united states, whose warmth and his friendship for ted is obviously so powerful. that together with the splendid homily the parish priest, made our farewell to senator kennedy unforgettable. on learning of his death last wednesday morning, tributes to his half-century of leadership in american life and politics came from all over the globe. may i offer my own short went again. they called him the lion of the
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senate, and indeed that is what he was. his zeal for what he believed made a difference in our nations like area sometimes, of course, we who were his friends and had great affection for him, would get mad at him when he roared at what we believed was the wrong side of an issue. but we always knew and we were always touched by his passion for the underdog, for the rights of working people, for better education, for adequate health care for every american or did his legacy will surely place him among the dozen or so greats and the history of the senate of the united states. shortly before he died, senator kennedy wrote a very moving letter to the holy father, and took advantage of the historic visit to the vatican of president obama, to ask the president if he would deliver personally, which mr. obama gladly did.
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a couple of weeks later, the pope replied with a fatherly message of concern for the senator's illness, and a prayer for his progress or it when vicky and i and others began to talk about the organization of this free service, the happy thought emerged of using part of these two letters to commemorate the faith of ted kennedy and the warm and paternal spirit of pope benedict the 16th. i want to quote from that letter. it begins, most holy father i asked president obama to personally hand deliver this letter to you. as a man of deep faith himself, he understands how important my roman catholic faith is to me and i am so deeply grateful to him. i hope this letter finds you in good health. i pray that you have all of god's listings as he lead our church and inspire our world
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during these challenging times. i am writing with the ability to ask that you pray for me as my own health declines. i was diagnosed with brain cancer more than a year ago and although i continued treatment, the disease is taking its toll on me. i am 77 years old, and preparing for the next passage of life. i have been blessed to be part of a wonderful family. and both of my parents, particularly my mother, kept our catholic faith at the center of our lives. that gift of faith has sustained and nurtured and provide solace to me in the darkest hours. i know that i have been an imperfect human being, but with the help of my faith, i have tried to write my path. i want you to know, your holiness, that in my nearly 50 years of elective office, i've done my best to champion the rights of the poor and open
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doors of economic opportunity. i have worked to welcome the immigrant, to fight discrimination and expand access to health care and education. i have opposed the death penalty and fought to end war. those are the issues that have motivated me and have been the focus of my work as a united states senator. i also want you to know that even though i am ill, i am committed to do everything i can to achieve access to healthcare for everyone in my country. this has been the political cause of my life heard i believe in a conscious protection for catholics in the health field and i will continue to advocate for it. as my colleagues in the senate and i work to develop an overall national health policy that guarantees health care for everyone. i have always tried to be a
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faithful catholic or not your holiness, and though i have fallen short to human failings, i've never failed to believe and respect the fundamental teachings of my faith. i continue to pray for god's blessings on you and on our church. and it would be most thankful for your prayers for me. two weeks later the reply came back from the vatican. and in particular as follows: the holy father has read the letter which you interested to president obama, who kindly presented to him during a recent meeting. he was saddened to know of your illness, and asks me to assure you of his concern and his spiritual closeness. he is particularly grateful for your promise of prayers for him, and for the needs of our universal church. his holiness prays that in the days ahead, you may be sustained in faith and hope and granted the precious grace of joyful
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surrender to the will of god, our merciful father. he invokes upon you the consolation and peace promised by the risen savior to all who share in his sufferings and trust in his promise of eternal life. commending you and the members of your family to the loving intervention of the blessed urgent very, the holy father cordially impart his apostolic blessing as a pledge of wisdom comfort and strength in the lord. that's the end of the quotation. with the praise of our holy father, pope benedict, added to our own prayers, we entrust the body of edward moore kennedy, senator ted, to his resting place, until the lord calls us forth until the end of time a man. and now let us pray.
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lord jesus christ, by your own three days in the tomb, you have of the greatest of all who believe in you and so made the grave a sign of hope that promises resurrection. even as it claims are mortal bodies. lord, grant that our brother may sleep here in peace until you awaken him in glory. for you are the resurrection and the life. then he will see you face to face and in your life will see light in the least wonder of god for you live and reign for ever and ever. i am going to ask father jerry an old friend of the family to do the intercessions for us. and then adding lord in your mercy. and our response is lord, hear our prayer. >> lord, in your mercy, lord hear our prayer. gracious lord, we forgive the sins of those who died in
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christ. lord have mercy. >> your our prayer. >> grammar all the good they have done, lord in your mercy. >> your our prayer. >> welcome them into eternal life, lord in your mercy. >> your our prayer. >> let us pray for those who mourn, comfort them in their grief, lord in your mercy. >> your our prayer can act like to know sense of loss with your presence. lord, in your mercy. >> your our prayer. >> increase their faith, strengthen their hope. lord have mercy. >> your our prayer breakfast also pray for ourselves and our own pilgrimage through life. keep us faithful in your service >> lord and your mercy, hear our prayer. >> candle in our hearts a longing for your kingdom of justice and peace, a longing for heaven. lord in your mercy seat at your our prayer.
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>> in the sure and certain hope of the resurrection to eternal life, through our lord jesus christ, we commend to almighty god, our rather, ted. and we commit his body to the ground, earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust. may the lord bless him and keep him. may the lord make his face to shine upon him and be gracious to him. may the lord lift up his countenance upon him and give him peace. let us join now and praying that prayer that jesus taught us: our father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. and it is not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.
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and now i will say again the prayers that his eminence cardinal aum alley and the active commendation goes they are fitting for this moment as well. before we go our separate ways, let us take leave of our brother ted. may our farewell express our affection for him or you hate it easy for sadness and strengthen our hope. one day we shall joyfully greet him again, when the love of christ conquers all things, destroys even death itself or did into your hands, father of mercies, we commend our brother ted. in the sure and certain hope that together with all who have died in christ, he will rise with him on the last day. we give you thanks for the blessings which you bestowed upon him in this life. they are assigned to us of your goodness and of our fellowship with the saints in christ. merciful lord, turn toward us and listen to our prayers.
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open the gates of paradise to your servant, and help us who remained to comfort one another with assurances of faith until we meet in christ and are with you and with our brother teddy for ever. we ask this through christ, our lord heard. >> a man >> let us hope our heads and pray for god's blessing. you know the anguish of the sorrowful. you are attentive to the person the humble. here are people who cry out to you in their need and strength of their hope in your lasting goodness. we ask this through christ our lord. may the peace of god which is beyond all understanding keep your hearts and minds in that
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origin love of god and of his son, our lord jesus christ, and may almighty god bless you, the father and the son and the holy spirit. and now, i know that four of teddy's grandchildren are going to come and be with us and say something about grandpa.
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>> chris: it has become so dark in washington are cameras can no longer pick up the scene at arlington national cemetery. i want to break in for a moment to tell you what is happening right now, and that is the military honor guard is in that iconic scene, folding the american flag that has been draped for all these days over senator kennedy's coffin. it will be handed to the officer in charge who will present the flag to mrs. kennedy, and then white roses will be made available to the guests to play at the casket as a way to express condolences. again, because this event was supposed to happen at 5:30 pm, when it would have been like here in the east, and is happening instead at 8:16 pm, all we can see are pictures of the arlington house at the top of the hill in the journal flame. the actual ceremony there was no provision for lights because it wasn't supposed to happen so
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late. so we are unable to see it. with that we are going to be silent and let you listen to the sounds of the end of the funeral ceremony, the burial site -- bertels ceremony for senator kennedy.
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>> name is kylie kennedy are the oldest of four grandchildren of ted kennedy. when people think of ted kennedy -- i can't say anything. when most people think of ted kennedy, they think about the man who changed their lives of millions of people by fighting for better health care. and i think about him, vibrant memories of sailing, laughing, thanksgiving dinner, talking on the front porch, and playing with splash come to mind. to me, all the things he has done to change the world are just icing on my grandpa cake of a truly reckless person. you see, my grandpa was really a kid. if you ever saw him conducting the boston pops, that's what he was like all the time with me.
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he knew how to joke, laugh and have fun. like the time we played games with all the cousins at my 14th birthday party. i remember him smiling, playing and dancing that day, and i will never forget everyone smile that he had made it i will always remember the times we spent sailing on i am what i could tell he was the happiest in the world, even when he was yelling get that fishermen up. but what i will miss the most are the times i woke up at 6:30 am, and would go to the front porch where my grandpa would be sitting with splash, and gazing out to sea. it would be just us on the porch for a while, and we talked and talked. and i would get a feeling that the world was just right. it was me and him sitting on his porch watching a new day unfold as we stared into the sea of freedom and possibilities. i love you so much, grandpa, and i always will.
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>> hi, i'm grace allen, i'm the second oldest grandchild. i just want to say a few words about my grandpa. our favorite time of the year was escaping. and because we were all together as a family, sailing and eating together at the table, all of us, including caroline kennedy and her family, and i just want to give thanks to my grandpa, because he is the best grandpa i've ever had and the best in the world. [ applause ]
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>> chris: you can't see the real ceremony at arlington national cemetery is just ending. for those who just tuned in, they were about two 1/2 hours late as a result there were no lights, no provision for lights at the burial site and are cameras it is nighttime in washington that a 20 4:00 pm week cannot pick it up. for we leave we want to bring our panel for some final thoughts. they are flame you were ambassador to the vatican. it is so interesting that ted kennedy would want the centerpiece of his burial to be the letter he had written to pope benedict. >> that really was amazing.
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i think yes, the iconic moment, that's probably it as far as i'm concerned. my bottom line here is ted kennedy laid to rest reunited with decease kennedy family members that even in darkness the turnoff i am burned brightly. >> chris: nicely said. jay winick. >> ted kennedy was a student and lover of history to know there was once a time when great senators are the stewards of america's destiny every bit as much as presidents and some of those names storing up today, henry clay, john calhoun, daniel webster, charles sumner, and i believe ted kennedy will take his place richly and that ante on as well speak to steve mcmahon two make it as a giant of a man, he touched many people i was one of them. it was an honor to work with him and to know him and the senate will never be the same. >> chris: your thoughts about this day snack it's emotional
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for us who care deeply about him and or so for people who knew him better than i did but it said mark about that and when i think most americans remember for a very long time to do thank you all so much for being a part of this day, helping take us through it and explain it all to us. ted kennedy delivered to many eulogies and has 77 years, to his brothers, to his nephews, to his friends, to his colleagues are it but there's one that stands out when he said goodbye to his mother rose in 1995 at her funeral in the church in boston's north end, when she died at age 104. that they kennedy said of his mother, at this moment she is happily presiding at heavenly table with both of her joes, with jack and kathleen, with bobby and david. she will be there to welcome the rest of us home sunday. now teddy kennedy is there at the table alongside the rest of his family, finally reunited.
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rose here at "fox news" on chris wallace in washington. think you so much for watching today. a reminder of all the dismal and send eulogies can be seen on "fox news" .com and we will rejoin regularly scheduled program -- programming right after this break. we leave you with a final image of the s eternal flame at arlington national cemetery. rotisserie chicken. and filet mignon. yeah, that's what inspired a very special dry dog food. [ woman ] introducing chef michael's canine creations. so tasty and nutritious it's hard to believe it's dry dog food. chef-inspired. dog-desired. chef michael's canine creations. my two granddaughters are my life. they always ask me, grandma, take me here, grandma, take me there. but with my occasional irregularity i wasn't always up to it. until i discovered activia and everything started to change.
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>> from america's news headquarter i am brick wall bum. i thought i'd look at washington dc. senator edward kennedy laid to rest near his brothers at arlington national cemetery and northern virginia. live pictures of the family at the gravesite there. graveside ceremony just wrapping up. very intimate and private. only for family and close friends of the senator. limited media access. president john f. kennedy buried at arlington in his 1963 and
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then in 1968 senator robert kennedy assassinated, he was buried there as well. not all three brothers are buried there and resting together. the body font from boston two andrews air force base. a brief ceremony at the capitol steps and then onto arlington. a long and moving date part of history. i'm rick folbaum. about huckabee. >> mike: and the folks in our studio audience get your people like frank endo. frank, you're going to do a gig in vegas and. >> i just signed a deal to be at the monte carlo of becoming for the next ten years and i thought i should start reading the contract. speak and you have your own television show. but on fox sports. he still -- >> the pregame show at kerry bradshaw every week it's like being on "american idol" and simon kahl will be like dr. phil
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saying stop being so stupid. what is your problem. and then kerry is like after the scabies is not funny frank not funny. after the show is like very funny frank earred and i say why can't you say that on tv and says what howard has explain the joke to me at that point. i wish there were a joke because that's an actual conversation with him again one person you're famous or happens to be involved in sports in this john madden. >> and you think of all the things you do in life and other things you'd don't do and you put those together and that's pretty much everything, you know i mean? retired and he said that 73, it's time to start spending time with my family. that's the age you picked? >> mike: i went to when politicians say that i cringe because a politician says i'm resigning to spend more time with my family. i say we wake up one day and save who are these people in this house question mark. >> i want to spend time with my great great great champ ran children and their children end
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up having them play against bret hart's family tree. bret fire comes back again. this guy, every time i think he's out, he owes me back in. you look at bret fire and they should -- the green bay packers will not retire his number four jersey they think they should retire the number four matches from the green bay packers are the nfl but from the entire numerical system. just replace it with the word far. so now it's 1235 what's your favorite number i do note 4000 with your favorite holiday the fire of july. speaking of crust over a lot of different sports. a person who talks about getting into politics, getting out of the sports arena is charles barclay. if charles barclay announced for governor of alabama what would it sound like. >> i would say this, don't drink and drive. that's a good way to start
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building a knucklehead here about your fellow citizens. it's good. it's important to love each other and that's what it's about knucklehead listeners. i like berkeley because it's all based on the word terrible but it doesn't say terribly says that was terrible. that's a terrible play. where did the vowels go network. playing the home game i would like to buy a bottle instead of a constant that was terrible. he puts down t. rbl for terrible. that's a triple word score each is lost again fool. i tilted disco voice to voice sometimes it makes sense and sometimes it doesn't. you try to figure out when you realize you don't know what is going and then boom. i love the vowels. and i love the consonants. asia, europe. speech and the george bush got
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to a lot of places in good washington dc metro is at the correspondence dinner with vp cheney next to me. speak into a question mark he didn't shoot you to eat? because word. the president was supposed to be there and even the vice president he says the president couldn't be here today he is in cancun. and then i was like as good a president was in hear because i thought he be there but realized that not be doing this stuff so i can stand this guide in the deck, pull. i've been working on the obama impression the president obama i don't have the voice down on relying mostly on my physical resemblance to him. yet, for those of you. >> mike: where you get the comedy spec it's like comedy from south park but it's somewhere in hear. he says look in his ideology
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says both he wants you to listen and it might cost you a couple bucks. but after a few are liberal or republican, democrat -- >> mike: i kerry doesn't have too. >> here's the deal. here's the deal i'm going to talk slow at the beginning and fast again. the source that timing. bush would have the sense and couldn't think of the last word and you find yourself kind of rooting for him to get it. qasim you can do it. while the president obama is like sometimes the teleprompter gets behind and he says here's the deal. can you move it forward? i just winged it it worked better. i don't think it did speed and did george bush comment on your impression of him? >> no, i had karl rove come up to me one time i was doing an event like a similar event where i met you, and karl rove came up and he was -- i wanted to meet him i thought it would be neat to meet him, it's neat to meet you guys, and he came -- i was going to go to him and he came walking over to the car and
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doesn't roll down the window and does this by said we think that men, a model t.? so he's like my frank, nice he knew who i was not that what is this, the patriot act? so i'm sitting there sank to a rover, what's going on in. red rover red rover, a karl rove or come over. people have been generally pretty nice is very cool speech and have people get mad at you or i don't want to say. now and letterman have been great. i went on letterman's show and the david letterman show if you don't know who that is, and here's a guy explaining things you don't have two, sometimes that's okay. just not too much. here's the deal lets get back on track. i've been lost for a while. i know that story. i went on letterman i went out of my super.he said are you -- is your zipper down? hee hee. but here's the ten top things you should do on letterman. >> mike: donald trump.
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>> the most luxurious human being in the history of the world. [ applause ] symantec documented bug. you can surprise top. he knows exactly what's coming. my surprise when radio show or so i thought and i started doing this genuine incredible human being, this is your conscience talking and even her conscience caused mr. top he said that must be frank. frank, how you doing. >> we talked about sports figures of into politics. with a politician of the sports what would al gore say if he was the starting center of the new york knicks? smack don't shoot that basketball too high, and might bring down acid rain. the environment must be saved. listen, i understand the environmental argument and all that stuff. i totally get it. but sometimes al gore seems like a bad mall dracula because he's trying to scare people. it's like some of the facts are
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there, some of the facts are lightweight, i think that through it doesn't quite make sense. i hosted glenn beck there, just look at the camera. that's glenn beck on a wryly. suzanne frank, what about. >> get that next time on huckabee. >> mike: thank you frank, what a pleasure. frank caliendo. don't forget starting october 23 at the monte carlo and las vegas. if you want more details go to frank caliendo.com. >> coming up they sing songs that inspired millions of fans and provide motivation for youngsters searching for answers. top-selling christian music artists casting crowns joins us next. specially formulated to promote hairball control and healthy weight. friskies indoor wet cat food. feed the senses. or 100 pringles. both cost the same, but only the pringles superstack can makes everything pop!
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broadview security for your home or business - the next generation of brink's home security. call now. >> mike: and these guys spend half they're weakest youth pastors and the other half is a grammy award-winning band. and you thought you had a busy schedule. their brand-new cd drops in november and is called until the whole world hears. or they are casting crowns and mark all their leader. good to have you with us today. >> it's a pleasure to be on with you. >> mike: i'm not basically your band functions because a lot of full-time dancer on the road all the time, yet you guys had one of the -- i mean chart busting christian contemporary bands out there. emmy award winning, tupperware, angel awards, this isn't your full-time gig. you're out there doing your best
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work. >> her home sunday through wednesday. we need worship on sunday whether awake working with teenagers and families and that's what god called us to do speak and you have been pressured to make this a full-time thing and go on the road. why have you chosen to stay in the ministry of a local church with all that kind of pressure, and obviously the financial rewards would be dramatic if you do this all the time. >> i believe the music we sang comes from the ministry we have in the church. if we were to disconnect from the church on the bus we would be connected to people we would be singing songs about the people there with everyday of the week, and also all nobleness aside it's helping us just be plugged into the people that know you. you're not reading your website too much you are plugged into people that aren't impressed with you anymore you none of your art to speak and you talk with kids with real problems and facing pressures does not impact the way you approach her music kershner check it really does.
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we try to be transparent amazing songs. when you're coming from above it is hard to approach somebody. but when they realize you have problems like they do, you mess up you have your warts and blemishes it's easier to hear from a real person speak on what amazes me, too, as you are one of the few bands ever invited into north korea. how on earth could a christian band gets invited to north korea? >> for us it's grs global services a nongovernmental agency looking to establish friendship to our country through humanitarian aid. they work with hospitals and agriculture, they work with feeding families in the country so we went over to be part of a festival that north korea holds every year, we were going to strengthen the bond between grs and the government there is the closer grs is to the government and friendship more people they can reach that it just helps that friendship grows stronger which helps our friendship grew stronger as well speak on what was the biggest surprise he saw north korea. what shocked you most?
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>> i think for us all he knows what we hear is just this big dark place and the window as the leadership and what we don't agree with and the turbo things we here. when you land the meat people and suddenly thought korea becomes manning and the end of the company but less than the personal relationships helped us to i think love them better and just understand they are in a tough place and they need help and we can't write everything off as we don't agree with leadership. love the people there how we can >> mike: and mark, when you were there to ask you to dial it down a notch in terms of the lyrics to your songs as they are pretend christian songs. they ask you to do alterations like -- >> we were really surprised that they even called us. we are not hiding from anything. it's right up there in front. so we were concerned they maybe had heard our music. every time i heard a song the
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invitation stood. we got there we were waiting to sort of be shutdown on little bit but they let us sing our songs. we sang amazing grace is matter-of-fact because they wanted to hear a traditional folk song and we thought, that's traditional. we sang it and had one of the guides come to us and said i've been hearing that song since i was a kid but we never knew there were words. and forgot to write the words to amazing grace and give them to him. just some amazing moments speak on to get back to north korea as a possible. >> we've been there twice on what we heard as we were leaving they invited us into their registration to record a song and karen and they said you have a standing invitation to be here. it's a great thing to have some sort of connection with that country as tensions build here and there to have one connection that it's helping a little way speech and tell kim jong-il we all said today. we're going to come back with mark and all the band of casting crowns and when we do, they're going to let me sit in with them on a song or did i hope it doesn't keep you from buying
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their music because i promised some of the most phenomenal and dynamic music you'll ever here that we are going to be back with casting crowns right after this. stay with us. carol, when you replaced casual friday with nordic tuesday, was it really for fun, or to save money on heat? why? don't you think nordic tuesday is fun? oh no, it's fun... you know, if you are trying to cut costs, fedex can help. we've got express options, fast ground and freight service-- you can save money and keep the heat on. great idea. that is a great idea. well, if nordic tuesday wasn't so much fun. (announcer) we understand. you need to save money. fedex
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>> mike: we're back with casting crowns. mark, we talked about things that north korea want to talk specifically about your music. you've had a huge impact particularly with younger audiences. they love your music and i want to ask you about the song will do voice of truth. what is it saying. >> coming up through middle school and high school i've dealt with dyslexia and add. dyslexia means you don't read good, add means if you did read it right it doesn't matter.
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it's cool tough, church stuff. everything was hard for me to get through. when i started realizing god had a different idea for my life and it was to be up in front of people i didn't know what to do with it. so i had to sort through the idea that god doesn't need me that he wants me. and it really had to change the way i think and god said to paul my grace is sufficient for you and my power is made perfect in your weakness. that's where the song became real for me speak and the song is called voice of truth. casting crowns. i hope you'll not only download this song but other ones but remember in november they have a brand-new cd coming out for yet hopefully we will get them back to sing some songs from it. let's do it. voice of truth. ♪ oh, what i would do ♪ to have the kind of faith that it takes to come out coco under
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the crashing waves =moco to step out of my comfort zone for code into the realm of the unknown ♪ ♪ where jesus is ♪ and is holding out his hand ♪ but the way calling out my name ♪ ♪ and they laugh at me ♪ reminding me of all the times i've tried before and failed ♪ ♪ the waves they keep on telling me ♪ ♪ time and time again by ♪ in neverland broke out in neverland but the voice of truth buckled it tells me a different story ♪ ♪ the voice of truth says do not be afraid for code and the voice of truth about says this is for my glory buckroe out of all the voices calling out to me ♪ ♪ i would choose to listen and
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believe ♪ ♪ the voice of truth cocoa what i would do to have the kind of strength it takes to stand before a judge with just a slang and is known for code surrounded by the sound of 1000 warriors =moco shaking in their armor =moco wishing they would've had the strength to stand =moco the giants calling out my name and he laughs at me loco reminding me of all the times i tried before and failed ♪ ♪ the giant keeps on telling me ♪ time and time again by ♪ you'll never win ♪ you will never went ♪ but the voice of truth ♪ it tells me a different story ♪ the voice of truth
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♪ says to not be afraid for code and the voice of truth ♪ ♪ says this is for mike lawrie ♪ out of all the voices calling out to me ♪ ♪ i would choose to listen and be ♪ ♪ i would choose to listen and believe =moco the voice of truth ♪ i will listen and believe =moco jesus you are ♪ ♪ the voice of truth again that's casting crowns. we'll be right back. don't go away. -%
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-% so? mmmm ok. you were right. these healthy choice fresh mixer thingys, they taste fresh... say it again! what? say it like, "mmmm, these healthy choice fresh mixers taste freshh!!" they taste fresh... wait. what are you doing? got it. you're secretly taping me? you were good too! but you know, it wasn't a secret to us, we knew... yes, but it was a secret to me. of course, otherwise i would be sitting like this and completely block his shot. so that's why i was like... didn't you notice this was weird? no. they taste fresh because you make them fresh. healthy choice fresh mixers. in the soup or pasta aisle. that's a-- tiny netbook. yeah, it's-- good-looking, lightweight. generally awesome. and you could just-- go online, video-chat with my cousin. this is un-- under $200. are you some kind of-- mind reader, visionary ?
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no, i have them. huh. the new lightweight hp mini netbook with windows and america's largest and most-reliable 3g network built in. only 199.99 with mobile broadband plans from 39.99 i am-- speechless, envious. wanna be me right now. getting one.
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>> well, on last week's show our staff and decided to surprise me for my birthday with an amazing cake that that looks like one of my bass guitars. i foregot to thank buddy and the people at tlc for giving us a sample of the incredible cakes. he is a big hit and the cake was unbelievable. by the way, the cake was delicious and it was devoured or maybe i should say it was ravaged in the greenroom after the show by all of the crew and staff. also we told you about the legendary jim's burton's attempt to break a new world record of 1802 guitar players playing the same song at the same time. hundreds of guitarists young and old flooded the floor in the first memorial coliseum in james' hometown of shreveport, louisiana. guinness records are really hard to break.

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